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ENGINE DIVISION SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 ENGINE Fig.  54  Rear Oil Seal Retainer Plate Removal 1.  Retainer plate 2.  Bolts Fig.  55  Flywheel Housing Removal 1.  Flywheel housing 2.  Oil pressure sending unit 3.  Mounting bolts 4.  Dowel pins 61. Remove oil pressure sending unit from rear of engine, Figure 55. 62. Press   rear   oil   seal   from   retainer   plate   using   handle from SE-1905 and 4-1/8" disc, Figure 56. 63. Remove oil pump and pick up tube mounting bolts and nut, Figure 57.   Lift oil pump and withdraw pump drive shaft from cylinder block. Fig.  56  Rear Oil Seal Removal 1.  Retainer plate 3.  Handle 2.  Press ram 4.  Disc Fig.  57  Oil Pump Removal 1.  Pump 4.  Mounting nut 2.  Tube 5.  Mounting bolts 3.  Screen 6.  Bracket 64. Remove oil level gauge tube. 65. Rotate    the    crankshaft    to    position    the    journals    for removal of the connecting rod assemblies,  Figure 58. NOTE:    Before  removing  the  piston  assemblies, always   remove   the   ridge   from   the   top   of   the cylinder bore. CGES-210  Page 22 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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